TOURS QUETZALTENANGO

Street food tour

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Description:
This is probably the crown-jewel of our tours in Quetzaltenango! An all-inclusive tour around the city visiting the hidden places where authentic and, above all, delicious food is prepared.

First, we will walk to the 14th Avenue, where Don Richard will let you taste his amazing Tostadas, delicious fried corn tortillas with Guacamole, black beans or cheese and his natural tomato sauce. After this amazing experience, we walk to the 4th Street to meet Doña Josefina. She’s an indigenous local K’iche woman and an excellent cooker. We will drink atol de elote with her and eat some famous chuchitos with natural tomato sauce. We will visit a Guatemalan Candy store and we can’t miss stop by a great plate of Quichom, and other great surprises!!

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day, with exceptions of sundays
Departure times: 11:00 Hrs
Duration of tour: 2:30 Hrs. approximately
Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez, Close to the central park)
Price: 28 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: Food degustation, English speaking guide and water
Not included: Extra food and tips
What to bring: A lot of enthusiasm to learn about the gastronomy of Quetzaltenango and above all hunger, in winter season bring a rain jacket and good walking shoes.
  • Street Food Tour

    $28.00

    *read terms and conditions* https://adrenalinatours.com/2017/more/terms-and-conditions/

    Description:
    This is probably the crown-jewel of our tours in Quetzaltenango! An all-inclusive tour around the city visiting the hidden places where authentic and, above all, delicious food is prepared.

    • If you participate in the MORNING tour.
      First, we will walk to the 14th Avenue, where Don Richard will let you taste his amazing Tostadas de Guacamole, those are delicious fried corn tortillas with avocado. After this amazing experience, we walk to the 4th Street to meet Doña Josefina. She’s an indigenous local K’iche woman and an excellent cook. We will drink an atolito de elote with her and eat some famous chuchitos with tomato sauce.
    • If you participate in the AFTERNOON tour.
      For lunch, you can’t miss the Quichom with rice and handmade tortillas. It’s a little spicy because of all the condiments, but intensely delicious. For dinner, you will be tasting Pupusas, corn tortillas filled with cheese or pork meat.At the end of the two and a half hour tour, we will be visiting the Chocolatería Doña Pancha to enjoy their hand-made chocolate. You’ will receive a cup of pure and hot chocolate or a delicious Choco Fruit , which is fruit covered with chocolate.
      Do participate in this marvelous tour

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day, with exceptions of sundays
    Departure times: 11:00 Hrs
    Duration of tour: 2:30 Hrs. approximately
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez, Close to the central park)
    Price: 28 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: Food degustation, English speaking guide and water
    Not included: Extra food and tips
    What to bring: A lot of enthusiasm to learn about the gastronomy of Quetzaltenango and above all hunger, in winter season bring a rain jacket and good walking shoes.

Coffe plantation tour

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Description:
The area of Quetzaltenango is one of the best to let you see and experience Guatemala as a well-known producer of the best coffee in the world!

On this tour you have the chance to learn more about the production of this famous grain. You will also pay a visit to cacao, rubber and macadamia plantations, and learn about the work of the locals at these plantations. You can chose between different farms, each with a different focus on sustainable tourism, products and service.

Please have a look at the websites of the different farms:

El Patrocinio: www.reservapatrocinio.com

Nueva Alianza: www.comunidadnuevaalianza.org

Santa Elena: www.fincasantaelena.com/home.html 

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day
Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. and 13:00 hrs
Duration of tour: 7:00 Hrs. approximately
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango
Price: 75 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: Local Guide, Entrance fee and Private transportation (Round trip) with private biliingual driver
Not included: Water, meals or snacks
What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses
  • COFFEE PLANTATION TOUR

    $75.00

    *READ TERM AND CONDITIONS* https://adrenalinatours.com/2017/more/terms-and-conditions/

    Description:
    The area of Quetzaltenango is one of the best to let you see and experience Guatemala as a well-known producer of the best coffee in the world!

    On this tour you have the chance to learn more about the production of this famous grain. You will also pay a visit to cacao, rubber and macadamia plantations, and learn about the work of the locals at these plantations. You can chose between different farms, each with a different focus on sustainable tourism, products and service.

    Please have a look at the websites of the different farms:

    El Patrocinio: www.reservapatrocinio.com

    Nueva Alianza: www.comunidadnuevaalianza.org

    Santa Elena: www.fincasantaelena.com/home.html 

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. and 13:00 hrs
    Duration of tour: 7:00 Hrs. approximately
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango
    Price: 75 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: Local Guide, Entrance fee and Private transportation (Round trip) with private biliingual driver
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks
    What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses

Walking city tour

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Description:
Join our guided city tour to discover the forgotten history of Quetzaltenango!

Remembering the “Ciudad de los Altos”, we will explore its rich history by unraveling some millenarian stories and admire the beauty of its buildings and architecture. The tour takes about two hours, in which an expert guide is going to explain you everything you want to learn about the history and culture of the second most important city in Guatemala.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 09:00 Hrs. and 14:00 hrs.
Duration of tour: 2:30 Hrs. approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 30 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: Guide, Entrance fees.
Not included: water or snacks.
What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour and cunglasses.
  • Walking City Tour

    $30.00

    Description:
    Join our guided city tour to discover the forgotten history of Quetzaltenango!

    Remembering the “Ciudad de los Altos”, we will explore its rich history by unraveling some millenarian stories and admire the beauty of its buildings and architecture. The tour takes about two hours, in which an expert guide is going to explain you everything you want to learn about the history and culture of the second most important city in Guatemala.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 09:00 Hrs. and 14:00 hrs.
    Duration of tour: 2:30 Hrs. approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 25 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: Guide, Entrance fees.
    Not included: water or snacks.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour and cunglasses.

Colonial churches, San Cristobal, San Andres, Xecul, Salcaja

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Description:
Participate in this great tour to the most beautiful colonial churches in the region of Quetzaltenango and Totonicapán.

Architecture, religion and traditions are the main ingredients of this tour through the towns of San Andrés Xecul, Salcajá and San Cristóbal Totonicapán. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures of the church of San Andrés Xecul, for this beautiful, yellow church got famous being portrayed on the cover of the Lonely Planet of Guatemala. You will also visit local families to learn about the production of textiles and local drinks, making it a great opportunity to get to know some traditions of the region.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 08:00 Hrs. and 14:00 hrs.
Duration of tour: 4:00 Hrs. approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 43 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
Not included: Tips to guides, water or snaks.
What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour.
  • Colonial Churches

    $43.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs. and 14:00 hrs.
    Duration of tour: 4:00 Hrs. approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 43 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Tips to guides, water or snaks.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour.

     

Indigenous villages, Cantel, Almolonga and Zunil combined with the hot springs

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Description:
On this tour we will visit the indigenous villages of Cantel, Almolonga and Zunil. Cantel is home to a glass factory, dependent on the season for production. Almolonga and Zunil are two colorful indigenous villages surrounded by hills, full of ancient traditions and fertile lands waiting for you to be explored. After and interesting tour you will have the possibility to find some peace and quiet in the comforting hot springs of the Fuentes Georginas, while enjoying the view of the rainforest.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 08:00 Hrs. and 14:00 hrs.
Duration of tour: 4:00 Hrs. approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 55 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
Not included: Tips to guides, water or snaks.
What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour, swimming suit, sandals and towel.
  • Indigenous Villages Tour

    $55.00

    We will pay a visit to three interesting villages (pueblos) around Antigua.

    San Juan del Obispo:
    Our first stop will be San Juan del Obispo, on the slopes of Volcano Agua. Here we will visit the temple, monastery and square of the first bishop of Guatemala, Francisco Marroquin. The village is famous for holding one of the first Catholic churches in Guatemala. Francisco Marroquin resided in San Juan del Obispo and still appears on our Q100 bill. San Juan del Obispo is a haven for artisans and is home to Guatemala’s best chocolatiers. For this reason, around Antigua, you will often see chocolate sold from San Juan del Obispo. We recommend supporting the local community during your visit to San Juan by purchasing the chocolate whilst there, which can also be considerably cheaper. Also, San Juan is known for a fruit called “nispero”, which comes in season in late October and November. In November an annual Festival del Nispero is held at the town’s main plaza to celebrate the start of the season. The festival lasts 2 days and is well worth a visit. Expect to see lively music, craftsman selling their wares from metals and woods, chocolates and Nispero wine.

    Ciudad Vieja:
    Seven kilometers southwest of Antigua along the Escuintla road is Ciudad Vieja (Old City), near the site of the first capital of the Captaincy General of Guatemala. Founded in 1527, it met its demise 14 years later when Volcano Agua let loose a flood of water that had been penned up in its crater. The water deluged the town with tons of rock and mud, leaving only the ruins of La Concepción church. We will unfold to you the history of this town, which was the second city founded by Spanish in Guatemala. We will also visit the organic macadamia farm where you will learn about the many medical functions of the macadamia nut.

    San Antonio Aguas Calientes:
    Last but not least, we visit the small picturesque town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes. This city was founded in 1528 and the majority of the population is Kaqchikel. One of Guatemala’s most well-known exports is traditional textiles, woven by Maya women, many who learn the craft from a very young age.  As far as textiles go, the town of San Antonio Aguas Calientes (translated as San Antonio Hot Springs) has the best reputation for quality textiles. We will visit the textile co-operative market here where you will be able to view the Mayan women using a back strap loom to weave traditional patterns. You will also have the opportunity to shop and buy any gifts from this market that you would like, which additionally supports the local Mayan women’s Co-Operative. The handicrafts market also has a small museum that has traditional dresses on display of most major regions in Guatemala, and is very much worth a visit. The tour ends in the jade factory, where you can learn about the different types of jade and the history of jade in Guatemala and understand how long it takes to make just one piece. To the ancient Maya, jade represented things like maize (corn), the wind, breath and the soul. They made jade into belts, nose decorations, mosaic masks, tooth inserts, beads and ear spools (a kind of earring that looks like a spool). They also worked jade into “celts” – a kind of axe-head. As for decoration, designs representing flowers were popular for jade jewelry. The jade is cut and polished in the factory by local Guatemalan workers who follow the carving traditions of their ancestors.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs / 14:00 PM
    Departure point: yout hotel / Address
    Duration: 4 hours
    Price: 55 USD p.p.
    Included: Spanish, English -Speaking guide
    What to bring: comfortable clothes and shoes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, personal items, camera, some extra money

San Francisco market (only fryday)

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Description:
Visit the biggest indigenous market in Guatemala!

This is a not a very well-known market, but is 100% authentic. The animal market, typical products, food and vegetables make it a real experience that you can’t miss. This tour is only offered on Fridays; the market day.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Only Friday.
Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. and 13:00 hrs.
Duration of tour: 5:00 Hrs. approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 43 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
Not included: Tips to guides, water or snaks.
What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour. We recommend to leave your valuables at home.
  • San Francisco Market Tour

    $43.00

    INFORMATION:

    Visit the biggest indigenous market in Guatemala!

    This is a not a very well-known market, but is 100% authentic. The animal market, typical products, food and vegetables make it a real experience that you can’t miss. This tour is only offered on Fridays; the market day.

     

    Availability: Only Friday.
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. and 13:00 hrs.
    Duration of tour: 5:00 Hrs. approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 43 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Tips to guides, water or snaks.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour. We recommend to leave your valuables at home.

     

Chichicastenango market

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Description:
Surrounded by valleys and mountains scattering the horizons, Chichicastenango seems to be isolated from time and space from the rest of Guatemala.

When its narrow cobbled streets and red-tiled roofs are enveloped in mist, it looks magical. On the Thursday and Sunday market local craftsmen from the entire region come to this town to sell their goods. Shamanistic and other ceremonials can be witnessed here too. Apart from the market you can visit the cathedral, museum Rossbach, a mask factory and Pascual Abaj. During the Sunday market you also have a good chance to see the cofradias (Mayan religious brotherhoods) who often hold processions in and around the church of Santo Tomás on Sunday.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Thursday and sunday
Departure times: 08:00 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 10:00 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 65 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
Not included: Water, meals or snacks
What to bring: Sunscreen, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses
  • Chichicastenango tour

    $65.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Thursday and sunday
    Departure times: 08:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 10:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 65 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks
    What to bring: Sunscreen, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses

     

Bird watching refugio of the Quetzal (national bird of Guatemala)

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Description:
You do not have to go far away from Quetzaltenango to visit one of the sanctuaries of Guatemala’s national bird.

This is an unique experience to admire the mysterious Quetzal living in its natural environment of a beautiful rainforest. The village is about 1 ½ hrs by private transport from Quetzaltenango. Binoculars are provided as well as breakfast.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 05:00 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 5:00 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 80 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
Not included: Breakfast, water, meals or snacks.
What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable and not so colorful clothes for the tour and sunglasses, camera is optional.
  • BIRD WATCHING

    $80.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 05:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 5:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Your hotel or address in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 80 USD p.p (With minimum 2 persons)
    Included: English or Spanish speaking guide, entrance fees, private transportation (round trip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable and not so colorful clothes for the tour and sunglasses, camera is optional.

     

Fuentes Georginas hot spings

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Description:
This is by far the most relaxing experience around Quetzaltenango: enjoy the fantastic hot baths of Fuentes Georginas, next to Zunil.

With the Fuentes Express we go and return two times a day directly to the Fuentes Georginas hot springs, which are surrounded by a beautiful primary rainforest. It’s the fastest and cheapest way to go. Entrance fees are included in the price of the ticket.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 09:00 Hrs. / 14:30 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 3:50 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina Tours Quetzaltenango(inside Pasaje Enriquez.
Price: 20 USD p.p
Included: Entrance fee, collective transportation (Round trip)
Not included: Water, meals or snacks, Guide.
What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour, pool clothes, sandals and towel.
  • FUENTES GEORGINAS

    $20.00

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 09:00 Hrs. / 14:30 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 3:50 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina Tours Quetzaltenango(inside Pasaje Enriquez.
    Price: 20 USD p.p
    Included: Entrance fee, collective transportation (Round trip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks, Guide.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and sun hat, comfortable clothing for the tour, pool clothes, sandals and towel.

     

Takalik Abaj archeological site

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Description:
Takalik Abaj is one of the oldest archeological sites in Guatemala. Here you will find a combination of Olmec-Mayan ruins in the middle of a subtropical forest. Unique for this site are the river-shaped stones that were used in all their constructions. The mystics of the great civilizations that inhabited the area are well preserved at the National Park Takalik Abaj and are waiting for you to be explored.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. / 13:30 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 6:00 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: From your address or your hotel in Quetzaltenango.
Price: 75 USD p.p With minimum 3 persons.
Included: English or spanish speaking guide, entrance fee, private transportation (roundtrip)
Not included: Water, meals or snacks, guide.
What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable clothing for the tour, camera is optional.
  • Takalik Abaj tour

    $75.00

    Description:
    Takalik Abaj is one of the oldest archeological sites in Guatemala. Here you will find a combination of Olmec-Mayan ruins in the middle of a subtropical forest. Unique for this site are the river-shaped stones that were used in all their constructions. The mystics of the great civilizations that inhabited the area are well preserved at the National Park Takalik Abaj and are waiting for you to be explored.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs. / 13:30 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 6:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: From your address or your hotel in Quetzaltenango.
    Price: 75 USD p.p With minimum 3 persons.
    Included: English or spanish speaking guide, entrance fee, private transportation (roundtrip)
    Not included: Water, meals or snacks, guide.
    What to bring: Sunscreen and insect repellent, comfortable clothing for the tour, camera is optional.

1st route to san andres xecul, Totonicapan (Level: Medium)

Description
For those people who like to do outdoor activities with a bit of physical effort, combined with nature and culture, we have several bike routes from Quetzaltenango. The city is big, just like its name – which the locals kindly shorten to Xela (shell-ah), itself an abbreviation of the original Quiché Maya name, Xelajú – but by Guatemalan standards, it is an orderly, clean and safe city. It tends to attract a more serious type of traveler – people who really want to learn Spanish and then stay around and get involved in the myriad volunteer projects on offer.

  • 1st Route to San Andrés Xecúl, Totonicapán (Level: medium)
    This is a tour to the one of the most colorful churches of the region, named San Andrés Xecul. You will be able to behold the awesome scenery of our beautiful Quetzaltenango because we take an alternate route, crossing nature and surrounding villages where you will be greeted by the local people with a big smile.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 4:00 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
Price: 35 USD p.p With minimum ?
Included: Bike, equipment of security (helmet head)
Not included: Water or snacks
What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.
  • 1st route to San Andres Xecul and Totonicapan

    $35.00

    Description
    For those people who like to do outdoor activities with a bit of physical effort, combined with nature and culture, we have several bike routes from Quetzaltenango. The city is big, just like its name – which the locals kindly shorten to Xela (shell-ah), itself an abbreviation of the original Quiché Maya name, Xelajú – but by Guatemalan standards, it is an orderly, clean and safe city. It tends to attract a more serious type of traveler – people who really want to learn Spanish and then stay around and get involved in the myriad volunteer projects on offer.

    • 1st Route to San Andrés Xecúl, Totonicapán (Level: medium)
      This is a tour to the one of the most colorful churches of the region, named San Andrés Xecul. You will be able to behold the awesome scenery of our beautiful Quetzaltenango because we take an alternate route, crossing nature and surrounding villages where you will be greeted by the local people with a big smile.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 4:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
    Price: 35 USD p.p With minimum ?
    Included: Bike, equipment of security (helmet head)
    Not included: Water or snacks
    What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.

2nd route to colonial churches (level: Difficult)

Description:
For those people who like to do outdoor activities with a bit of physical effort, combined with nature and culture, we have several bike routes from Quetzaltenango. The city is big, just like its name – which the locals kindly shorten to Xela (shell-ah), itself an abbreviation of the original Quiché Maya name, Xelajú – but by Guatemalan standards, it is an orderly, clean and safe city. It tends to attract a more serious type of traveler – people who really want to learn Spanish and then stay around and get involved in the myriad volunteer projects on offer.

  • 2nd route to colonial churches
    Participate in a great tour to the most beautiful colonial churches in the region of Quetzaltenango. Architecture, religion and traditions are part of this tour that will pass through the towns and churches of San Andrés Xecul, Salcajá and San Cristóbal Totonicapán.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 6:00 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
Price: 45 USD p.p With minimum ?
Included: Bike, guide, equipment of security(helmet head)
Not included: Water or snacks
What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.
  • 2nd route to colonial churches

    $45.00

    Description:
    For those people who like to do outdoor activities with a bit of physical effort, combined with nature and culture, we have several bike routes from Quetzaltenango. The city is big, just like its name – which the locals kindly shorten to Xela (shell-ah), itself an abbreviation of the original Quiché Maya name, Xelajú – but by Guatemalan standards, it is an orderly, clean and safe city. It tends to attract a more serious type of traveler – people who really want to learn Spanish and then stay around and get involved in the myriad volunteer projects on offer.

    • 2nd route to colonial churches
      Participate in a great tour to the most beautiful colonial churches in the region of Quetzaltenango. Architecture, religion and traditions are part of this tour that will pass through the towns and churches of San Andrés Xecul, Salcajá and San Cristóbal Totonicapán.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 6:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
    Price: 45 USD p.p With minimum ?
    Included: Bike, guide, equipment of security(helmet head)
    Not included: Water or snacks
    What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.

3rd Route to Fuentes Georginas (Level: Advanced)

Description:
For those people who like to do outdoor activities with a bit of physical effort, combined with nature and culture, we have several bike routes from Quetzaltenango. The city is big, just like its name – which the locals kindly shorten to Xela (shell-ah), itself an abbreviation of the original Quiché Maya name, Xelajú – but by Guatemalan standards, it is an orderly, clean and safe city. It tends to attract a more serious type of traveler – people who really want to learn Spanish and then stay around and get involved in the myriad volunteer projects on offer.

  • 3rd Route to Fuentes Geroginas
    This is a great tour with a wonderful view. You leave for a route where you can see how the extraordinary plantations adorn the landscape, where you can hear the lovely singing of Guatemala’s birds, and were you will be rewarded with a natural hot bath in the hot springs of Fuentes Georginas in Zunil at arrival. After having enjoyed this welcoming both, private transportation will take you back to Quetzaltenango.

INFORMATION:

Availability: Every day.
Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
Duration of tour: 6:00 Hours approximately.
Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
Price: 55 USD p.p With minimum ?
Included: Bike, guide, equipment of security(helmet head)
Not included: Water or snacks
What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.
  • 3rd route to fuentes georginas (level Advanced)

    $55.00

    Description:
    For those people who like to do outdoor activities with a bit of physical effort, combined with nature and culture, we have several bike routes from Quetzaltenango. The city is big, just like its name – which the locals kindly shorten to Xela (shell-ah), itself an abbreviation of the original Quiché Maya name, Xelajú – but by Guatemalan standards, it is an orderly, clean and safe city. It tends to attract a more serious type of traveler – people who really want to learn Spanish and then stay around and get involved in the myriad volunteer projects on offer.

    • 3rd Route to Fuentes Geroginas
      This is a great tour with a wonderful view. You leave for a route where you can see how the extraordinary plantations adorn the landscape, where you can hear the lovely singing of Guatemala’s birds, and were you will be rewarded with a natural hot bath in the hot springs of Fuentes Georginas in Zunil at arrival. After having enjoyed this welcoming both, private transportation will take you back to Quetzaltenango.

    INFORMATION:

    Availability: Every day.
    Departure times: 07:00 Hrs.
    Duration of tour: 6:00 Hours approximately.
    Pick up and drop off places: Office Adrenalina tours Quetzaltenango (inside Pasaje Enriquez).
    Price: 55 USD p.p With minimum ?
    Included: Bike, guide, equipment of security(helmet head)
    Not included: Water or snacks
    What to bring: Water to hydrate, comfortable clothing for the tour and sunglasses.

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